Countryfile – 10 October 2021 – BBC One


On Sunday 10 October 2021 at 7pm, BBC is broadcasting a new episode of Countryfile where it’s harvest time on Adam’s farm. The old reliables are back – wheat, barley and oilseed rape – and the combines, tractors, trailers and balers are hard at work.

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Harvest Special – It’s harvest time on Adam’s farm. The old reliables are back – wheat, barley and oilseed rape – and the combines, tractors, trailers and balers are hard at work. But how much longer will farmers be working like this? Big changes are on the horizon for British agriculture, and harvests of the future will be very different to what we’re used to. But how exactly? In this harvest special, Countryfile turns its eyes to the future and meets the machines and robots that could be the farmers of the future.



About Countryfile

Stories are shared of the people, places and issues at the heart of the British countryside. Popular features include the programme’s photography contest, which culminates in a yearly calendar sold to benefit charity, the Video Diary, produced by viewers and focused on life in rural areas, and the weather forecasts.

This show is broadcast on BBC, also known as the British Broadcasting Corporation.

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